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      • Fox was growing concerned with the costs, as the budget for Ride With The Devil was $38 million and the only bankable actor that was attached to the project was Matt Damon, who dropped out to star in The Talented Mr. Ripley. Good Machine then took Ride With The Devil to Universal, which majority financed the project. Good Machine Intl. handled overseas sales to distributors and Universal was set to handle domestic distribution duties.
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  2. Ride with the Devil (film) - Wikipedia

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    Budget. $38 million. Box office. $635,096. Ride with the Devil is a 1999 American revisionist Western film directed by Ang Lee, and starring Tobey Maguire, Skeet Ulrich, Jeffrey Wright, and Jewel in her feature film debut. Based on the novel Woe to Live On, by Daniel Woodrell, the film, set during the American Civil War, follows a group of men ...

  3. Ride With the Devil (1999) - Financial Information

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    Financial analysis of Ride With the Devil (1999) including budget, domestic and international box office gross, DVD and Blu-ray sales reports, total earnings and profitability.

  4. Ride with the Devil (film) - Infogalactic: the planetary ...

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    Jake Roedel and Jack Bull Chiles are friends in Missouri when the American Civil War breaks out. During the mayhem, Chiles's father is murdered by Kansas pro-Union Jayhawkers. The two men join the First Missouri Irregulars, also known as the Bushwhackers; informal units loyal to Missouriin 1861. They later meet George Clyde and former slave Daniel Holt, whose freedom Clyde has previously granted. The Bushwhackers battle Jayhawkers using guerrilla warfare tactics while trying to evade capture. The men manage to hide out in a coarsely-built shelter on the property of a pro-Confederacy family, the Evanses. A young widow in the household, Sue Lee Shelley, becomes romantically involved with Chiles. When Chiles dies of gangrenouswounds received during a skirmish, Roedel escorts Shelley to a refuge dwelling where another pro-Confederate kindred, the Browns family, reside. Following the collapse and destruction of a makeshift prison holding the female relatives of guerrillas, a complementar...

    Themes and analysis

    The premise is based on the true story of pro-Confederate guerrillas who fought against Union troops under the leadership of William Clarke Quantrill. Associate producer Anne Carey had read and taken a liking to Woodrell's novel and delivered it to director Ang Lee. Lee remarked, "It's dramatic," and described how it related to "young people coming of age in the worst possible time in American history. I liked the theme of self-emancipation." Quantrill gained infamy during the American Civil...

    Casting and set design

    The leading actors were required to go through three weeks of boot camp to prepare them for their roles. During shooting, Maguire hesitated under the grueling heat and 16-hour workdays, but pressed on to complete the filming. The actors first trained shooting blank loads, and then live ammunition for action conflict scenes. More than 250 Civil War black-powder pistols were used during the production phase.Over 140 extras played Lawrence residents, and more than 200 Civil War re-enactors were...

    Music and soundtrack

    The original motion picture music for Ride with the Devil, was released by the Atlantic Records music label on November 23, 1999. The score for the film was orchestrated by Mychael Danna and Nicholas Dodd. Musical artist Jewel contributed vocals to the score with her song What's Simple Is True, from her 1998 album Spirit.

    Novel

    The basis for the film, Daniel Woodrell's novel Woe to Live On (originally published in 1987) was released as a movie tie-in edition, re-titled Ride With the Devil, by Pocket Books on November 1, 1999. The book dramatizes the events of the American Civil War during the 1860s, as depicted in the film. It expands on the inner-fighting between rebel Bushwhackers and Union Jayhawkers, with civilians caught in the crossfire. The story relates a coming of age experience for Roedel as he emotionally...

    Theatrical run

    Ride with the Devil made an initial screening on November 24, 1999 in New York City, Kansas City, Missouri and Los Angeles.For most of its limited release, the film fluctuated between 11 and 60 theater screening counts. At its most competitive showing, the filmed ranked in 37th place for the December 17–19 weekend in 1999.

    Home media

    Following its cinematic release in theaters, the Region 1 Code widescreen edition of the film was released on DVD in the United States on July 18, 2000. Special features for the DVD include; Jewel music video: "What's Simple Is True", the Theatrical Trailer, Production notes, Cast and filmmakers extra, and a Universal web link. Additionally, a Special Edition DVD was also released by The Criterion Collection on April 27, 2010. Special features include; Two audio commentaries one featuring Lee...

    Critical response

    Among mainstream critics in the U.S., the film received generally mixed to positive reviews. Rotten Tomatoes reported that 63% of 65 sampled critics gave the film a positive review, with an average score of 6.2 out of 10. At Metacritic, which assigns a weighted average out of 100 to critics' reviews, Ride with the Devil received a score of 69 based on 29 reviews.The film however, failed to receive any honor nominations for its dramatics or visual aspects. Peter Stack, writing in the San Franc...

    Box office

    Ride with the Devil premiered in cinemas on November 26, 1999 in limited release throughout the United States. During that weekend, the film opened in 50th place grossing $64,159 in business showing at 11 locations. The film Toy Story 2 opened in 1st place during that weekend with $57,388,839 in revenue. The film's revenue dropped by almost 20% in its second week of release, earning $51,600. For that particular weekend, the film fell to 53rd place although with an increased theater count show...

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  5. Ride With The Devil: Ang Lee's Dumped Civil War Epic | Bomb ...

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    Nov 26, 1999 · Fox was growing concerned with the costs, as the budget for Ride With The Devil was $38 million and the only bankable actor that was attached to the project was Matt Damon, who dropped out to star in The Talented Mr. Ripley. Good Machine then took Ride With The Devil to Universal, which majority financed the project. Good Machine Intl. handled ...

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  6. Ride with the Devil (1999) - Full Cast & Crew - IMDb

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    Ride with the Devil (1999) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.

  7. Ride with the Devil (1999) - IMDb

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    Nov 05, 1999 · Ride with the Devil: Directed by Ang Lee. With Tobey Maguire, Jeremy W. Auman, Scott Sener, Skeet Ulrich. During the American Civil War, two friends join the Bushwhackers, a militant group loyal to the Confederacy.

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    • Tobey Maguire, Skeet Ulrich, Jewel Kilcher
  8. Ride with the Devil (1999) - IMDb

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    Ride with the Devil: Directed by Donald G. Jackson. With Scott Shaw, Julie Strain, Kevin Eastman, Fred Olen Ray. Damned taxi driver Daredevil Dan Donovan picks up chatty passengers and drives them around Hollywood as part of a deal to deliver souls to hell in exchange for his freedom.

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    • Donald G. Jackson
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    • Scott Shaw, Julie Strain, Kevin Eastman
  9. Ride With the Devil Cast and Crew - Cast Photos and Info ...

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    Nov 24, 1999 · Cast + Crew Wednesday, November 24, 1999 R, 2 hr 18 min

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